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Past Participants & Winners | Global Student Entrepreneur Awards

Past Participants & Winners

  • 2015 Local Competition Winners

    • Amaize Corn Fiber Clothing

      Benjamin Ilagan, Ateneo De Manila University

      Mentor/s: Jasen Ko, Sheree Gotuaco

      Amaize Clothing is the first and only supplier of all-natural corn fiber clothing in the Philippines. Our hypoallergenic, breathable and super comfortable clothing is great for kids of all ages, so mom and dad can breathe easy knowing their kids are in good hands with Amaize.

    • RISQUÉ DESIGNS

      Kristal Leen De Guzman, The One School

      Mentor: Eileen Grey

      Risqué Designs is a Filipino brand that focuses on customized and limited artisan footwear, incorporating the use of local materials and artisan skills such as hand-weaving, hand-carving and embroidery.

    • KULTURA KAMP (CULTURE CAMP)

      Mary Anne Collantes, Ateneo De Manila University

      Mentor: Alvin Lao

      Kultura Kamp is a social enterprise that empowers its primary stakeholder, the Filipino indigenous people, by giving them an avenue where they can teach their indigenous culture and traditions. The company aims to ensure the protection and continued growth of its partner tribes, particularly their cultures, by providing an avenue for them to become teachers of their unique cultures and traditions.

    • MKNUNEZ ENTERPRISES

      Mark Kevin Nunez, University of Asia and the Pacific

      Mentor: TJ Parpan

      MKNunez Enterprises is an online business in the trading of corporate giveaways such as but not limited to baller bands, eco bags and shirts. MKNunez Enterprises also offers in-house silkscreen printing services.

    • Muber

      Leo Lope Lofranco, Francis Plaza, Life Christian Lofranco, Ateneo de Manila University

      Mentor: Andoni Albert

      Started with a social networking site put up by Filipino college kids, where travelers can post an upcoming overseas trip and then earn extra income by accepting online requests to bring home goods. This project has since evolved into muber.com, an online marketplace for travelers willing to act as couriers for hard-to-find items.

      Muber is an end-to-end shopping gateway for overseas items with a promise that your items will arrive in five to 10 business days. This upstart dotcom firm has already fulfilled over a hundred transactions since its relaunch in September last year.

  • 2013 Local Competition Winners

    • Amaize Corn Fiber Clothing

      Benjamin Ilagan, Ateneo De Manila University

      Mentor/s: Jasen Ko, Sheree Gotuaco

      Amaize Clothing is the first and only supplier of all-natural corn fiber clothing in the Philippines. Our hypoallergenic, breathable and super comfortable clothing is great for kids of all ages, so mom and dad can breathe easy knowing their kids are in good hands with Amaize.

    • RISQUÉ DESIGNS

      Kristal Leen De Guzman, The One School

      Mentor: Eileen Grey

      Risqué Designs is a Filipino brand that focuses on customized and limited artisan footwear, incorporating the use of local materials and artisan skills such as hand-weaving, hand-carving and embroidery.

    • KULTURA KAMP (CULTURE CAMP)

      Mary Anne Collantes, Ateneo De Manila University

      Mentor: Alvin Lao

      Kultura Kamp is a social enterprise that empowers its primary stakeholder, the Filipino indigenous people, by giving them an avenue where they can teach their indigenous culture and traditions. The company aims to ensure the protection and continued growth of its partner tribes, particularly their cultures, by providing an avenue for them to become teachers of their unique cultures and traditions.

    • MKNUNEZ ENTERPRISES

      Mark Kevin Nunez, University of Asia and the Pacific

      Mentor: TJ Parpan

      MKNunez Enterprises is an online business in the trading of corporate giveaways such as but not limited to baller bands, eco bags and shirts. MKNunez Enterprises also offers in-house silkscreen printing services.

    • Muber

      Leo Lope Lofranco, Francis Plaza, Life Christian Lofranco, Ateneo de Manila University

      Mentor: Andoni Albert

      Started with a social networking site put up by Filipino college kids, where travelers can post an upcoming overseas trip and then earn extra income by accepting online requests to bring home goods. This project has since evolved into muber.com, an online marketplace for travelers willing to act as couriers for hard-to-find items.

      Muber is an end-to-end shopping gateway for overseas items with a promise that your items will arrive in five to 10 business days. This upstart dotcom firm has already fulfilled over a hundred transactions since its relaunch in September last year.